What is Administrative Law?
Within the realm of administrative law, legality, acts, ordinances, and legislation is investigated with regard to any and all interaction(s) in which the Federal Government of the United States engages with its citizens; this type of law also includes the administration of government programs, the creation of agencies, and the establishment of a legal, regulatory federal standard.
Administrative law mandates the oversight of government officials and the process of conducting all matters of federal business and commercial activity; Administrative law typically addresses matters with regard to the legislative branch of the United States Government.
Administrative Law vs. the Judicial Branch
Although the two terms may appear to be overlapping, a clear distinction between the jurisdiction of administrative law – and that of the Judicial Branch – exists:
1. The Judicial Branch is comprised of the United States Supreme Court, which oversees judicial proceedings on a Federal level. Subsequent to the appeal process with regard to cases previously tried by local and state courts, the Supreme Court is considered to be the final judicial authority with regard to both choosing the cases heard before the Supreme Court, as well as the final ruling of all judgment subsequent to a Supreme Court Hearing; the Supreme Court upholds and enforces all legality on a Federal level through their respective ruling(s).
2. Administrative Law differs from the Supreme Court in the manner of establishment of regulatory legislation in lieu of overseeing trials and court hearings; the precepts of Administrative Law must adhere to the legality expressed within American legislation in the creation, oversight, and regulation of laws both in effect, as well as those pending Federal approval.
Administrative Lawand Government Programs
The following legal issues are regulated under Administrative Law through various Government Programs:
Employment: The regulation of fair, lawful, and ethical employment is mandated by the Department of Labor with regard to programs including equal opportunity, fair hiring practices, and the ethical treatment of employees; furthermore, employment financing such as Unemployment Insurance, Worker’s Compensation, Maternity, and Wage Garnishment are regulated by Administrative Law
Government Assistance: Monetary assistance provided by the government is regulated by the federal, Administrative legal branch; these programs include Welfare Assistance, Food Stamps, and additional Hardship Relief
Administrative Law Legal Assistance
The procedures and legislation implicit in the process of the investigation and lawsuit with regard to issues involving Administrative Lawcan fluctuate on an individual, case-by-case basis. Elements examined in the determination of the validity and legality of anAdministrative Law-based hearing exist in conjunction with preexisting factors, which include the nature of the law in question, pertinent case details with regard to past amendments and adjustments, and the examination of the procedures undertaken by a specific government program, agency, or official.
In the event that an individual experiences difficulties navigating around the stipulations set forth in a legal matter that exists under the jurisdiction of Administrative legality, they are encouraged to consult with an attorney specializing in the field of Administrative Law and Government Programs.